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English: Synthesis of Tschichold's Fig.5 (golden canon of page construction, using the diagonals and relationship illustrated by the circle) and Fig.6 (Rosarivo's equivalent construction, the division into ninths); both rely on a page and type area ratio of 2:3; see Tschichold chapter online.
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  • 2006-10-19 03:53 Dicklyon 499×379×0 (27425 bytes) Synthesis of Tschichold's Fig.5 (golden canon of page construction, using the diagonals and relationship illustrated by the circle) and Fig.6 (Rosarivo's equivalent contruction, the division into ninths); both rely on a page and type area ratio of 2:3; se

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